5 ways to remove #wine #stains from #clothes

Party season or not, there’s always a good reason around the corner to indulge in that inducing and seductive glass of sparkling wine.

5-ways-to-remove-wine-stains-from-clothesWhile studies have also suggested that a glass of wine is good for health, hot bubble bath without a glass of wine, feels incomplete. And while indulging in it takes to another high, removing wine stains makes us all time low. So, here are some easy tricks that you can try as soon as that wine spills on you..

Cover it up with salt
Especially useful for rugs or carpets. Whenever wine spills over, blot as much of it as you can with a paper towel. Then cover the entire stain with salt until you can’t see the red wine stain anymore. As and when the salt dries up, it will soak all the salt. Vacuum it well.

Use soda
Another method is to use soda. Continue pouring the soda over the stained area until the color fades away. Once the stain is removed, let the fabric dry. Use paper towels to clean up any excess club soda.

One can also use white vinegar. Cover the stain with white vinegar. It neutralizes purple and red pigments. Immediately after applying the vinegar, rub in liquid detergent, then wash it in hot water. This
should remove the stain.

Well, toothpaste can help in more than one way. Apply a little amount of toothpaste before washing your clothes, toothpaste works wonders on wine stains.

Lemon Juice
The classic grandma remedy. Try applying lemon juice before washing.


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